... without the self: a Buddhist perspective The Structure of No Structure "It is sometimes assumed that in health the individual is always integrated, as well as living in his own body, and able to feel that the world is real. There is, however, much sanity that has a symptomatic quality, being charged with fear or denial of madness, fear or denial of the innate capacity of every human being to become unintegrated, depersonalized, and to feel that the world is unreal." (Winnicot, from "Primitive Emotional Development," 1945)
This phenomenon, in my opinion, can be best explained through Buddhist psychology.
Buddhism psychology provides for a very unique way of looking at oneself. In my perspective, B...